Pat McGee Band Live at The Electric Factory on 2001-04-06
Disc 1 65:58
01 Intro 01:01:58
02 Who Stole Her from Heaven 04:19:38
03 Girl From Athens 06:58:25
04 Pride 04:43:56
05 Minute * 05:27:23
06 Yokosax * 04:54:46
07 Gibby 05:54:04
08 Anybody 05:00:70
09 The Story 05:57:30
10 Can't Miss What You Never Had 13:55:13
11 Haven't Seen for a While 07:42:61
Disc 2 65:19:52
01 What Ya Got 04:33:56
02 Hero * 08:02:73
03 Runaway 04:54:18
04 Shine 05:56:49
05 Fine 05:49:38
06 Lost * 08:47:28
07 Straight Curve > LA Woman > One Way Out > LA Woman > Straight Curve * 21:17:21
08 Passion *(Pat and Michael only) 05:55:69
Disc 3 71:44:08
01 Pat's Thank You 00:40:62
02 Rebecca (with No Woman No Cry)* 21:04:38
03 Mustang Sally > Sex Machine > Funky Town*# 20:36:60
04 Another Brick in the Wall (part 2)* 7:09:34
05 Identity > Jefferson's Theme Song > Not fade Away > Sympathy for the Devil*$ 22:10:39
* with Michael Ghegan on sax
# with Howie Day on Percussion
$ with Scott Brown, Nate Ringelstetter, Chris Mathews, Kara Conners, Catherine Feeny, Alyi Alberg, Gregg Jordan, Simeon Willbanks, and Jeff Gordon on percussion
Collection PatMcGeeBandBand/Artist Pat McGee BandVenue The Electric FactoryLocation Philadelphia, PASource Earthworks SR-77 > Sound Devices MP-2 > Graham patten ADC-20 > Sony D8Lineage Sony MDS-JB930 > Audiowerk2 > PowerMacG4/733, Tascam DA-20mkii > Audiowerk2 > PowerMacG4/733Taped by Scott BrownTransferred by Scott Brown
Taper: Scott Brown
Source: Earthworks SR-77 > Sound Devices MP-2 > Graham patten ADC-20 > Sony D8 Front left of the Soundboard cage
DAT > CD > SHN: Tascam DA-20mkii > Audiowerk2 > PowerMacG4/733
Thanks to Jordan Shapiro for letting me borrow his MD recorder for a minute. The minute during tape flips was captured to MD so the show is uncut.
MD Transfer: Sony MDS-JB930 > Audiowerk2 > PowerMacG4/733
burn/extract via Plextor 12x4x32
compiled by scott brown on 4-08-01
November 19, 2004
as good as they got
I don't know if PMB got any better than they were this one night. Everything was tight and together onstage and no one wanted it to end. I was still overwhelmed a few days later.
Scott's recording is great. It was recorded from the middle of the room, back when the Electric Factory had their soundboard set up there. Kudos to his ingenious idea to get the entire show uncut and to Jordan for going along with it!
Overall: 5/5 - must hear!
October 12, 2002
4/6/01 is a classic PMB show, featuring some of the greatest jams in their history as a band - Straight Curve > LA Woman > One Way Out > LA Woman > Straight Curve, and the mindblowing, unforgettable jam which ends the show: Mustang Sally > Sex Machine > Funky Town > Another Brick in the Wall Part 2 > Identity > Jeffersons > Not Fade Away > Sympathy for the Devil (featuring Howie Day, plus a number of fans on percussion).
All this plus great renditions of all the PMB classics, featuring gems such as Yokosax and a 13 minute version of Can't Miss What You Never Had go towards making this one of the greatest PMB shows of all time. If you only download one show, make it this one.